Whether the eventual nominee is Edwards, Clinton, or Obama, I will, in the end, vote for whoever it is. No matter how watered down the proposal, no matter how grim the prospect of ticket splitting across the country, anything close to Universal Health Care or true engagement with the catastrophic threat of global warming, or a true acknowledgment of the disaster of imperial adventure, will be a revolution.Tags: John Edwards, 2008
But we do not have to settle for watered down. The candidacy of John Edwards offers the opportunity to take the Bush backlash and translate it into a mandate for more than just change. I want more than just change, I want progress, and I believe it's there to be had. That's why I'll be voting for Edwards on February 5th. It's not about race, gender, or symbolism. It's about ideas, ideals, and principle.
Wednesday, January 16, 2008
Why I'm Still Voting For Edwards
Eli Dansky On Yahoo Opinion: